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    How much do cats actually Kill!!!!







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    (From Comics, Quizzes, and Stories - The Oatmeal - posted up here under fair usage something or other because they are funny)

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    I saw this and and fully agree, TOO DAMN MUCH!

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    At least they bury their turds

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikem
    At least they bury their turds
    They only do this to surprise you when you are digging in the garden.

    Devious creatures!

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    My dog kills more than the average cat, and that's without putting a camera on him!

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    two good stickers i have seen.
    so many cats-so few recipes.
    lost your cat- look under my wheels.

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    cat


    cat

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    Goddamn cats....

    Certainly would be my preference.
    Geese, a close second.

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    ^^ sorry this was the other one,they are predators cant stop em

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikem View Post
    At least they bury their turds
    I now know that I have moved to a cat friendly area!

    They do not bury their turds unless its convenient which is becoming more than inconvenient when my kids step in it in our garden.

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    Yes they bury their turds , it's just a shame they don't bury them in their own fookin gardens innit !

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcy View Post
    Yes they bury their turds , it's just a shame they don't bury them in their own fookin gardens innit !
    Its a shame people are aloud to own an animal which is aloud to stray!

    They shit anywhere and like I said only bury it if its convenient i.e a fresh dug flower beds etc!


    I miss having a dog about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gravesend Dave
    an animal which is aloud to stray!
    A silencer would be a good thing, methinks...

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    Wonderful animals cats, they don't dribble on you or hump your leg.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock
    Wonderful animals cats, they don't dribble on you or hump your leg.........
    ..never known a cat dissuade a yabba'd up Somchai from breaking into your house though.

    Hmm Cat's collude with robbers. I knew they were the devils work.

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    I don't need a slobbering dumb dog for that either......

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    AH ah - so you have something else that colludes with robbers then. Interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobcock View Post
    Wonderful animals cats, they don't dribble on you or hump your leg.........
    ...or beckon to your every wish being subservient.

    A look and body language of fcuk off comes to mind.

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    The cat is a very interesting creature.

    The cat is relatively new to the domestication scene. The common house cat was domesticated only 10,000 years ago. Our modern day cat (Felis silvestris catus) descends from one of the five distinct wild cat subspecies which are the Sardinian wildcat, the European wildcat, the Central Asian wildcat, the sub-Saharan African wildcat, and the Chinese desert cat.

    All domestic cats trace their genetic fingerprint from any one of these wild cat lines.

    A list of the diseases that can affect you and your family are as follows:
    1.Cat Scratch Fever
    2.Ringworm
    3.Toxoplasmosis
    4.Campylobacter
    5.Q Fever
    6.Cryptosporidiosis
    7.Tapeworms
    8.Hookworms
    9.Roundworms
    10.Leptospirosis
    11.Plague



    Here pussy pussy.....

    Like hell.


    Recommendations more recently are that pregnant women and babies stay away from cats for the obvious above listed reasons. You don't have to get rid of your cat,........ just shoot it.



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    Do NOT let a cat scratch you!

    You could very well end up like this!


    Note the tail sprouting outta Ted's ass! <-classic cat scratch fever symptom!

    It may not be fatal to everyone. However it can make you into a right wing, gun toting, racist like Uncle Ted!!
    "Whoever said `Money can`t buy you love or joy` obviously was not making enough money." <- quote by Gene $immon$ of the rock group KISS

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    Quote Originally Posted by ENT
    Felis silvestris catus
    Wasn't that a character in Spartacus?

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    Silvester?

    No, that was Silvester the Cat.

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    I think that the way most men don't like cats, is because they can't control them like they can dogs.

    Men who like cats, on the other hand, are much nicer and more in touch with their feline ways.

    About hunting, even cats who stay indoors hunt their toys. It's ingrained. Mine were usually too lazy to hunt and also knew that i would have a hissy fit every time they brought me a dead animal.

    One funny one was when a rather rotund cat of mine tried to get a rather large pigeon through the cat flap. Did not fit, thank god, imagine the feathers and guts all over the place. she and her friends ate it in the garden. Who needs to go to the Serengeti, when you have a pack of domestic cats devouring a pigeon in your garden?!!

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